What role can data play in developing community-based approaches to opioid misuse prevention, treatment, and recovery? How can data help health, law enforcement, and criminal justice professionals—and community members—better understand the opioid crisis in their localities and develop targeted interventions? AIR held a Capitol Hill briefing to address these questions on June 18, 2018.
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14 Jun 2018
In the Field
Like many other states, Tennessee is facing an opioid epidemic. As part of their Prevention for States activities, the Tennessee Department of Health chose to host three community summits and engaged AIR to serve as a facilitator for these workshops in Nashville, Knoxville, and Memphis in April 2018.
31 Dec 2010
In its international work, AIR strives to improve the quality and relevance of social, economic, and education programs in developing countries while helping open up equitable access for all.
31 Dec 2002
Since 2002, AIR has been a leader in international education, development, research and evaluation in developing countries. Starting with our work on the Improving Educational Quality initiative and through our work as a leader on USAID’s EQUIP1 program, AIR has supported Ministries of Education to reform and improve their education systems in over 35 countries.